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results for hp after the bell, just a few minutes from now, the stocks up year to date; although, a one year chart, it's not a pretty picture. >> right. i mean, we can't forget last year in 2012, it was thee worst performer of the dow 30 component, so to see year to date doing better, it's not unusual for a bounceback. it's up going into the close, and, obviously, awaiting earnings. david: before i mention something that's done well today, we have to mention the stock market was trying to find a level. yesterday, of course, the fed beat down the market. they were concerned about whether the fed was going to stop quantitative easing leading markets overseas to go down, particularly, in asia and europe. we fed off their down day, and we are going triple digits. dow down 52 appointments, off the day's lows, but it's still down, nevertheless, jcpenney getting a big boost today, up 7%. why? >> right. so jcpenney, the deal with macy's, battling over the martha stewart products, and the low was 13834 today. we came up off the lows. still worries that the fed may cut off the cool laid in stimul
down nearly 8%. sandra: ouch. hp just announced a new server technology called project moon shoot. today as nicole pointed out, the stock taking a moon shot to better than expected guidance on the current quarter. coming up the executive vice president of hp's enterprise group, he will be joining us. fund out how they plan to strengthen their server, storage and networking business. remember, david, it is not all about the pcs when it comes to hewlett-packard. david: he has incredible projects including the moon shoot we'll be talking to him about. also the big tech hoard. americans are sitting on billions of dollars worth of old gadgets. 9 billion in iphones alone. old ones they're not using stuffed in a draw someplace. what would happen if they flooded the market? would that actually hurt apple? coming up ceo and cofounder of gazelle. his site pays people00 of dollars for their unused tech items like iphones. find out how the market is doing and where the old gadgets actually end up. sandra: iphone might be worth some money. we'll tell you what drove the markets today, with toda
. >> there in the -- my role at hp, we focused a lot on what the people do with the technology in their homes and in their hands and on their desk. being able to look at that from end to end. an innovator by back and. it is about coming up with those great i years and translating those two have high impacts. >> what are some products that you are excited about? >> we have been looking at all of the programs that we have currently running. we narrowed it down to key focus areas. one is the technology. commercially, we have been upwards of megabits. we will see 300. we announced work on 3.1 which is technologies out of cable lab that will allow cable operators to offer you 10 gig. you will start seeing that as we get those technologies refined. we are seeing that progression. better technologies on the network side. giving you more capacity to watch those videos and communicate with friends and all kinds of things. >> is that going to take new hardware and wires in the home? >> no. the cable is already in place. all of the infrastructure in the ground, that is the last that comes into your hous
going on. >> reporter: according to the cpsc, hp was one of three companies using sony's lithium-ion battery packs which issued a voluntary recall in 2008, siting an overheating problem that posed a fire and burn hazard. a person is investigating the claim adding sony takes all reports or claims that could impact a potential safety issue very seriously, and this matter is no different. in all, hp has launched several voluntary recalls of its own batteries almost every year between 2005 and 2011 involving more than half a million batteries worldwide. of those, there were 135 reports of overheating. 94 resulted in property damage. and 21 reported injuries, mostly burns. >> this is burning. this was not easy to find. >> reporter: an hp spokesperson says they not only sent recall letters to consumers, but put up these posters in stores announcing a voluntary recall. >> if there was a recall on this, why are we finding out after our house almost burned down? >> reporter: they say they never did get any letter, but did get an in-visit from hp's risk management. >> the risk manager guy
by 9.75. moments away from aig and h-p earnings. david faber is live tonight at h-p headquarters, and aig ceo bob benmosche with me live exclusively. in the meantiming right to the market's action as we await earnings news that will set the tone for tomorrow. joining me now is nathan backram and ed batowski. ed, worries over the sequestration, worries over a global slowdown. waiting on earnings. how closely should we be focused on the earnings picture as we sit here and wait for h-p and asnig. >> that's what moves stocks prices. stocks are still on a projected basis based on the earnings expectations, are still cheap. stocks are 15% undervalued based on where interest rates are right now, maria. the stocks should be 10% overvalue. should we focus on earnings? we should always focus on earnings. that's what it's all about. how would you characterize the earnings period so far? >> i will tell you. i think it's come in pretty mild at this point. where do you think the market is going to go. if we break below and can't forget that we're looking at a technical analysis, break below 13
of the struggling computer maker takes hold. and its shares take flight, rising over 6% in after hours trading. h.p. earned $0.82 a share, $0.11 better than wall street had anticipated. and revenues, while down at $28.4 billion, also beat the street. c.e.o. meg whitman has been on the job 17 months, speaking with investors today, whitman said she felt good about the rest of the year, and that last year's hard work was paying off for h.p. but, analysts say h.p. is not out of the woods yet. >> it's the type of thing that can be fixed quickly. this isn't going to take several years to play out so first of all it seems like meck whitman's vision is very much on track but we're not seeing that play out in the financials, but it is encouraging that guidance was better than we thought it would be. >> he also says he expect morse write-offs and pain from previous acquisitions ahead for hp. meanwhile shares close the regular session at $17.10 but as we mentioned earlier this were up as much as 6% on extra hours on the earnings numbers. >> still ahead on our program tonight, ford is hiring in high oy, please
and upgrade for home depot helping stocks today, and hewlett-packard. >> hp is popping pre-market on the back of the earnings. sigh of relief for the investors as the company showed some progress with its turn-around. david will have the exclusive with meg whitman in just a few minutes. >> more signs of consumer trouble. nordstrom gives a weak outlook. darden revising lower its outlook for the year. >>> we start off with the markets. pointing to a big rally today as the market recovers from fears that the fed will halt its easing process sooner than expected. this after stocks post their biggest two-day drop of the year, closing at two and a half-week lows in the heaviest vim trading day in 2013. >> i feel that there were some calls yesterday on dennis garvin saying 100% cash. that kind of call i think will be tested. i think there's a mix the pictu picture. what's developing, good news, bad news. the 100% cash call, which i think shocked the market, may not hold off on the daily today. >> it seems to overreact to anything fed. the minutes happened a month ago, january 3rd, we all got spooked
.a.p. wrapped up today and will no longer be held at hp pavilion. here's why it's leaving and how fans are reacting. >> reporter: this is a tournament that has included all-time tennis greats. it is very emotional. not just for fans but many of the staff and volunteers who are here. >> i'm very sad. >> reporter: this finals match ends what has been a 125-year tradition in the bay area. >> it's really sad, because it's like the only mens tournament around that's not really far away and costs so much. >> reporter: the tournament will be moving to memphis, tennessee, next year where facilities can accommodate recent changes in tennis. >> it had to come to an end. we were the last single court tournament in theal car. >> reporter: they are more playing doubles than ever before. and the hp pavilion just has a single court. >> i'll definitely miss it. i've over seen tennis just the last couple years for our company. i like tennis. my family plays. and this week has been nothing but great matches. and our staff is phenomenal. so i'll miss it for them and with them. >> 125 years ago and now it
of the people living there say they have been rousted from other camps along the guadalupe river. >>> hp this afternoon reported earnings of $1.2 billion over the last quarter. the results exceeded analysts expectations even though earnings came in below the same period one year ago. hp shares are trading higher by five percent. >>> stocks struggled today, dow lost points concerned over growth in europe. google released a new high end laptop, starting at $1300, including a high resolution display and weighs over 3 pounds, no hard drive but free data storage. google's previous books were marked affordable and some under $200. >>> years now nilson tracked viewers and the company is now tracking content on tablets and mobile phones and networks and amazon. it is expected to increase. >>> whether a song makes it in the music business could come down utube picks. billboards will announce how many utube picks a song has and factor it in the top 100 song chart. the new rule was implemented when harlam shake debuted as number one. >>> the thrill of checking out a library book is invaluable but f
to break up the pc and práeupbter maker. hb shares rose 12% to chose at $22 a share. the best day for hp in more than four years. hp provided a boost for wall street overall. the dow gained 119 points to edge back at the 14 mark. nasdaq add 30 points. >>> game maker zinga jumped today. the stock climbed 7% on this news. nevada is the first state to legalize online gambling. they expect many other states will follow suit. >>> today, the fda approved a new breast cancer drug that attacks an aggressive form of the disease. it was developed by south san francisco's genentech. it combined drugs to attack tumors while sparing healthy cells. the doctors say it does not cause the nausea and hair loss of other chemo drugs. it is expected to be a vailable in the u.s. in two weeks. >>> for the first time more than a century. boats are able to travel to the lake channel to the lake itself. the city celebrated with an aquatic ribbon cutting. monfrea bond measure has been transforming the south end of the lake. with the removal of the dam. it was opened and a new park is created. wildlife will benefit
issues. >>> hewlett-packard's latest report shows better-than- expected results. hp profits fell 16% in the latest quarter but that was better than wall street and even hp expected. ceo meg whitman said it may take several years before the company is on solid ground again. hp's revenue has dropped for six consecutive quarters compared to the previous year. >>> the dirty past is coming back at google's complex at mountain view. the problem has roots to the 1970s when companies used cancer-causing chemicals to make computer chips and dumped thousands of gallons of the toxic solvent tce into the ground. a recent construction project let toxic vapors into two of google's buildings. >> there have to be repairs to the foundation and that's how vapors may have created to potentially migrate into the building. >> the epa says it takes decades of exposure to tce to cause any problems. >>> a prime piece of peninsula real estate is up for sale but it comes with a catch. the owner gets to stay. the $100 million property sits on 46 acres in hillsborough abov
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. for more now on hp, we are joined by jason rowland. great to have you on for a little preview. there was not a a lot to be enthused about. margin pressure, revenue dipped lines across the business. gimme something to be optimistic about. >> things cannot get much worse for hp. the industry does seem to be getting better. as the economy gets better globally, hp should participate in that. shibani: what is the timeframe and that? what does your lens and tell you terms of timeframe? >> it will take years for hp to turn around about half of the business i operating profit. they are declining. other areas of hp's business are not as focused. it will take a long time to turnaround this company. over $100 billion in revenue there. that does not happen overnight. shibani: is this company better spent doing all of this reorganization under or of a private environment versus staying in the public eye? what are your thoughts on that? >> it is a fair question. hp is a lot bigger than those firms. shibani: the pieces of it are reasonable. >> it certainly is. i would like to see hp try to s
. >> are they going the way of dell, hp? >> i don't think they can because their debt level is so high. they're like a private -- dell is going private. hp is very much like a private company, but in the public marketplace. but dell has 15 billion cash pile. >> chesapeake, a lot of trouble. what now for the company? >> well, you know, the ceo has just resigned. they've got a huge debt mounting once again, 16 billion. they made asset sales last year of 11 billion. we were looking for 14 billion. so for us, what we'll be looking at today is how much of those asset sales are going to continue to be sold. that's the key for the company and their shales business, how will that is doing. so those are things that we'll be looking for today. >> may help to move into equities? >> possibly. >> thank you for coming by. >> coming up after the break, we're going to take a check on the insurance industry. for more on what that means for the company and for the sector, stay tuned. we'll be right back. all stationo mission a for a final go. this is for real this time. step seven point two one two. verify and lock.
recall going on. >> reporter: hp was one of three companies using the lithium ion battery packs which issued a voluntary recall in 2008 citing an overheating problem that pose add foy posed a fire and burn hazard. sony takes all reports or claims that could impact a potential safety issue very seriously and this matter is no different. hp has launched several voluntary recalls of its own batteries almost every year between 2005 and 2011 involving more than half a million batteries worldwide. of those there were 135 reports of overheating. 94 resulted in property damage and 21 reported injuries, mostly burns. >> this is buried. this was not easy to find. >> reporter: an hp spokesperson says the company not only sent recall letters to consumers but put up these posters in stores announcing the voluntary recall. >> if there was a recall on this, why are we finding out after our house almost burned down? >> reporter: they say they never got a letter but did get an in-person visit from someone from management trying to collect evidence. >> he got upset. he wanted to say, bye-bye, all done.
there is work to do. we'll be talking more about hp in just a few minutes with a fundamental manager who focuses on technology. in our tech news, texas instruments is raiding its quarterly dividends by a third. shares of pi have risen about 10% since the beginning of last year, but they are still 70% lower than the 2000 high. shares of gardener denver rising on reports that kkr is bidding $75 a share for the industrial pump manufacturer. yesterday was the deadline for offers for the company. the hot and cold sales process has been going on since last summer. i'm guessing you know a little bit about that, too. >> a little bit. solaris of aig getting a boost after the company's operating results beat specations. among the drivers, stronger operator earnings in its life insurance business and better underwriting margins in its property and casualty business. and a little bit of higher investment income. ceo ben lachey on the cnbc yesterday. >> the results are terrific and we had a couple of headlines problems which caused the quarter, but still, with the huge loss of sandy of $2 billion pretax, we
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computer maker takes hold. and its shares take flight, rising over 6% in after hours trading. h.p. earned $0.82 a share, $0.11 better than wall street had anticipated. and revenues, while down at $28.4 billion, also beat the street. c.e.o. meg whitman has been on the job 17 months, speaking with investors today, whitman said she felt good about the rest of the year, and that last year's hard work was paying off for h.p. but, analysts say h.p. is not out of the woods yet. >> it's the type of thing that can be fixed quickly. this isn't going to take several years to play out so first of all it seems like meck whitman's vision is very much on track but we're not seeing that play out in the financials, but it is encouraging that guidance was better than we thought it would be. >> he also says he expect morse write-offs and pain
. and its shares take flight, rising over 6% in after hours trading. h.p. earned $0.82 a share, $0.11 better than wall street had anticipated. and revenues, while down at $28.4 billion, also beat the street. c.e.o. meg whitman has been on the job 17 months, speaking with investors today, whitman said she felt good about the rest of the year, and that last year's hard work was paying off for h.p. but, analysts say h.p. is not out of the woods yet. >> it's the type of thing that can be fixed quickly. this isn't going to take several years to play out so first of all it seems like meck whitman's vision is very much on track but we're not seeing that play out in the financials, but it is encouraging that guidance was better than we thought it would be. >> he also says he expect morse write-offs and pain
in the final hour of trading. now, this was before hp reported quarterly earnings. jon najarian, options monster co-founder reported we saw heavy volatility in the options and then the stocks surged higher and rocketed up. the pc-maker reporting better than expected quarterly results and forecasts. najarian said somebody thought there would be a bullish report or somebody knew there would be a bullish report. cnbc has contacted the s.e.c., alerted them to the action. their response, no comment. bill, maria, we'll keep you posted. >> all right. thank you, josh. an expert on what happens when there are suspicious market movements with us next. >> harvey pitt, the former chairman of the securities and exchange commission. mr. chairman, good to see you again. welcome back, harvey. >> thank you, good to be with you. >> what do you think? does this look fishy to you? >> well, in my experience usually people aren't lucky this way. i think it definitely looks very suspicious. >> so what happens now, harvey? i mean, when you're at the s.e.c. and they see something like this, what's the protocol?
. the foul, and stanford loses. hp pavilion semifinals, the john isner facing tommy haws, never able to get into ary. too many unforced errors. haws wins in straight sets. he will face the two-time defending champ. >> ama: still to come two bay area cities make the national list of be so if you have a flat tire, dead battery, need a tow or lock your keys in the car, geico's emergency roadside assistance is there 24/7. oh dear, i got a flat tire. hmmm. uh... yeah, can you find a take where it's a bit more dramatic on that last line, yeah? yeah i got it right here. someone help me!!! i have a flat tire!!! well it's good... good for me. what do you think? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> in half hour at 6:00, we're following two breaking news stories, two injured in a ferry boat accident near tiburon and one person seriously hit after getting hit by a bus. >> the best city in the nation formen is boise. but it's followed by san jose and then san francisco. so not too bad. >> that does it for us here at 5:00. world news is negligence. captioned
to hp pavilion, the fap open, isner facing haas, and not happy, frustrated. too many unforced errors, haas, a winner in strategy sets. he'll face the two-time defending champ in the finals. >> some break news from the east bay. sky 7hd is over the scene of a fatal shooting near the west oakland bart station. i was report just before 5:00 near 8th street. police say a victim was found on the escape with a gunshot wound to the head. no word on suspects or motive. we'll keep you updated on the web site. join me at 9:00. we'll look at an easy trick researchers say parents can use to get their kids to eat their veggies, and a high-tech twist, new take on fashion, at 9:00 and 11:00 on abc7. >> a big party today at the california academy of sciences. pierre the penguin celebrated his 30th birthday, major milestone. they usually live 20 years in the wild. he received a gift of fish and a song from the san francisco girl's chorus, his 30 years have been full of adventure. he even standard in -- starred in his own children's book, pierre the penguin, and jeopardy fans. since the tuesday show w
-- finals tomorrow at hp pavilion. >>> he's got a kid at usf and rooting on the dons against gonzaga today. dons actually tied the game twice late but gonzaga just too good. could be player of the year. 26 points and gonzaga wins 71- 61 to stay unbeaten in the west coast conference. >>> matinee at maples in a pac 12. stanford and ucla. the cardinal keep it close. randalls steps up for three. they pull to within five but the break for the bruins just too good. mohammed finishing him off and they're running out of games and out of time. they lose 88-80. stanford now 6-7 in the pac 12. >>> yeah so they're running out of games and yeah we're heading the march madness. >> around the corner on kpix 5 if i can give the shameless plug for march madness next month. i can't wait for that one. >> all right. thank you much. >>> all right, well, in prison for the last six years for a crime he never committed. an oakland man is set to be released next week. the strangers he can thank for his freedom tonight at 6:30. that's it for us at 5:30. we'll see you back
on hp's results. >> i'm david faber at hewlett packard's headquarters where the hobbled giant has reported a better than expected first fiscal quarter of 2013. revenues declining a bit less than anticipated by the analysts that followed it. hewlett packard reported 28.4 billion in revenues and produced earnings per share of 82 cents a share. it also produced cash flow of 2.6 billion and free cash flow of $2.1 billion. again, more than had been anticipated, allowing it to reduce its net debt to 4.7 billion dollars. among the its bright spots, the printing business where it was able to pick up margin doing better with higher end customers than had been anticipated. >>> ender surprise group, enterprise services coming in better than had been anticipated by the analysts who follow the company, again, contributing to that better than expected bottom line. the company also point to go a better than expected second quarter, but has not changed its overall guidance for the full year. one reason may be that an enterprise services and key accounts were expected to come off the rolls, if you
and around the world. and we have issued laptops, courtesy of hp, thank you very much. and making our officers more mobile and where they need to be. outside and on the streets. as i have said often, we have four generations of cops now sifting through the department. and trying to figure out how to pull it together to keep the greatest city in the world safest. as we hire new cops over the next years, maybe more than in any time in the history, it will take leadership. i mentioned leadership, and not saying what it is. let me start what it isn't. leadership is not managing. not to take away from a good manager, but managers are not leaders. there is no leadership required when there is order and routine. management is what is required for routine order decisions but when order is distorted leadership is required. and already is distorted outside of san francisco, because it's san francisco. now the order in the department for reasons of progress are distorted by me. because it's about time. why i am upsetting the apple horse before the cart, sometimes we need to affect for progress.
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better than what analysts and h.p. predicted. still, c.e.o. cautioned investors saying the turn around is far from over. >> listen to this, you know about texting on teens but what about f.b.i. agents? a new warning circulating inside the bureau. >> coming up first if the friday evening commute includes bart, the delays passenger traveling to and from san francisco should expect tonight. >> a live look outside the bay bridge live at it you can see bridge live at it you can see the lights going off. of walking to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo! you walk with friends, you meet new friends, and you keep those friendships. it was such a beautiful experience. (woman) ♪ and it's beautiful ♪ undeniable (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because everyone deserves a lifetime. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information today. ♪ burning like a fire ♪ building up from deep inside it was 3 days of pure joy. susan g. komen's investments in early detection and treatment have helped reduce
today, just winning a battle in that war. hp up 12%, hopes the company is on the road to recovery after beating quarterly expectations. you remember when hp was written off. what was that? oh, about three months ago, wasn't it? for the week, the dow, the winner, the s&p down, snapping a seven week win streak. the nasdaq lost about 1%. gold closing at 15 72.80 an ounce, down $37 this week. crude oil with a gain at 93.13 a barrel. in the bond market, ten-year treasury yields. there's less of a threat to the economy than, well, some politicians suggest. joining us now with the economic outlook, chief u.s. economist for ubs investment research. great to have you here. talking about terrible thing, apocalypse, armageddon is the president of these united states. he's mistaken? >> all you have to do is add the numbers. they say this sequester is $85 billion. that is based on budget authority. what they actually spend less behind budget authority so when commiists figured this, they take half of the 85 billion divided by the gdp and three tenths or four tenths of 1%. it's not that big right now
. positive on the dow 30. plenty more green arrows that read. the real standout, hewlett-packard. h-p shares are jumping nearly 14%. not bad at all. a computer and printing giant of beating street estimates for both sales and earnings. also, by the way, raising his 2013 forecast year to date. the stock is up about 37%. not bad. far and away the best dow performers. coming up in the next hour, plenty more h-p. dp of enterprise group is talking i t spending, and with the company's opening up their checkbooks finally in 2013. that is straight ahead on after the bell coming about 4:00 p.m. eastern. as for some of the other movers, texas instruments. as take a look at how they're doing. up four and a half percent on the day after the chip maker raised dividends said it would purchase $5 billion worth of stock. meantime, an aig, the insurance giant also up today. well, two or three quarters of% posting an operating profit to be destroyed have been looking for a loss home depot also up nearly 2% following an upgrade from oppenheimer. so with the market up sharply today, does this mean that that sel
by more than 6% after a better than expected earnings report. hp's ceo meg whitman says her plan to cut costs and gradually turn the company's fortunes around is working. she also says she has no plan to break up hp. >> still ahead medical tests you may not need. >> also, we'll take you inside a bay area classroom that could soon be celebrating oscar glory. >> and thawing things out before spring training reports. >> i'm jeff ranieri in the weather center with all this sunshine, we have decreasing air quality going to moderate levels for the north and also the east bay on your friday. here's a look at that friday forecast. sunshine will return after a little bit of morning fog at the coastline. back with that full seven-day in a few minutes. >>> in health matters tonight, today 17 major medical specialty groups issued a list of 90 overused and often unnecessary tests and treatments. here are some of the recommendations made. don't induce labor do a c-section before 39 weeks unless medically necessary. delivery before that time is associated with increased risk of respiratory problems fo
but that it's a matter of combing it down. >> looking to defend his title at hp pavilion facing dennis. 14 aces and tie break to match, so he moves on to the semifinals in san jose. >> six rank cal taking on ucla, first half the bears behind the back, jennifer branden had 14 points. boyd with 14 points. in the lane and cal with the tenth straight victory, taking care of the bruins. michael cooper coaches the usc trojans, he is great defensive player. trojans could not stop shanay making a living in the paint as stanford rolls 79-55. their ninth consecutive win. >> n.b.a. all-star game is in houston. warriors in house and clay thompson, they call him an animal, he had 14. between the leg west side the assist. >> high and mighty! >> one of the very many high and mighty deals. clay thompson, but on the losing end. 163-135 and that is wrap on morning sports. be sure to join mike shumann with spring training reports starting at 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. i'm larry beil. >> katie: coming up next, a violent home invasion in an quiet neighborhood. unlikely weapon the criminals used to carry out the crime.
and h.p. apple shares fell 2.2% since the plant freezing hiring makes the iphone five, but foxconn said its decision to stop hiring was not related to making the iphone. an analyst at investment bank u.b.s. thinks it could be because of less demand for hewlett packard desktop computers. h.p.q. shares were down by 1.1%. hewlett-packard reports its latest quarterly earnings tomorrow after the closing bell. independent energy companies devon and anadarko updated their shareholders on their strategies, but both were greeted with selling. anadarko petroleum was down 4.5%. it's energy production outlook was less than expected while it's forecast for capital spending was more than anticipated. it expects to be among the most active deepwater drillers this year. devon energy fell 6.6% after saying it may try again to spin off its pipeline and processing businesses. it tried that six years ago but stopped after the economy weakened. four of the five most actively traded exchange traded products were lower. the s&p 500 volatility note jumped 8.6%. it usually moves in the opposite direction of the
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